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Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Woman Desperate for Love Labelled 'Toxic' After Putting up a Bizarre List of Things she Expect From Anyone who Wants to DATE her

 An Australian woman posted this bizarre letter explaining her dating requirements through people's doors


A woman from Australia has been labelled toxic after she posted a list of bonkers demands through people's front doors.


"Are you single and between the age of 26 and 34? Read on," the letter read.
"What this is all about is wanting to cut out the superficiality of dating apps and meet a man who has similar interests to me, so I thought I'd go to the source as I love spending time outside."
The woman went onto explain that as dating apps had never "turned out well" she'd decided to take a different approach.
"I'm 26 and those I chat to around my age who are both single and in a relationship agree it is hard to/would be hard to meet single people aside from using dating apps," she explained.
"I don't really drink much these days, so I think that creates a bit of a barrier to meeting people.
"It'd be refreshing to get to know someone who doesn't need to go out and get trashed with friends every weekend.


She also revealed she's looking for someone "in good physical and mental health" explaining: "I'm not your therapist. The relationship quickly becomes unsexy."
She then went on to list her requirements, explaining she "[realises] this is the perfect way to attract a bunch of creepers" but wanted to give it a go anyway.
"Some things to know before shooting off an email," she wrote.
"No, I don't do one night stands, so you can f*** off elsewhere. Genuine people only please.
"I'm female and I'm straight.
"You live in Geelong/Melbourne area.
"You are between 25 and 34.
"You live a life without reliance on drinking and drugs.
"You keep fit, without being obsessed about it.
"Please, no gym photos, no cliche photos. It's all been done. Be a bit different.
"If we meet it will be in a cafe or a restaurant. Got to keep it safe.
"I am looking for a relationship, not a f*** buddy."
The letter was shared on Reddit, where many users were divided over the shocking demands.
One wrote: “Wants a committed long-term relationship but also refuses to be part of a partner’s mental health.
"Yeah this sounds like one toxic individual."
While another said: "Calling poor mental health ‘unsexy’ is potentially the most vile commentary I’ve ever heard.”
One person explained: "The flyer has demonstrated a strong lack of self-awareness by demanding someone who's not superficial when she herself is being superficial."
Others, however, praised the 26-year-old, with one commenting: “Is it necessarily wrong to look for good mental health in a romantic partner?”
While another wrote: "She’s just a human trying her best, trying something different."

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